Broken Michigan Oil Pipeline To Stay Shut For Now

National Public Radio: Federal officials say a pipeline that spewed up to 1 million gallons of crude oil into a river in southern Michigan earlier this week must remain closed, for now. Enbridge Energy Partners had hoped to fix the leak and restart the pipeline in a few days. But Transportation Department officials say that can't happen until it is thoroughly inspected and tested. That pleases Rep. Mark Schauer, a Democrat from Michigan whose district includes much of the affected area. "The company ......

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